Florida sheriff defends ‘In God We Trust’ motto on patrol vehicles after atheists complain

A few weeks ago, The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office shared a new idea on its Facebook page.

This idea has to do with giving the office vehicles a “patriotic look”. How? putting them an American flag and the motto “In God We Trust” on the office vehicles.

But despite a group of atheists are complaining about the idea, Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey isn’t backing down.

Ivey told Fox News he’s not backing down after a group of atheists urged him remove “In God We Trust” from the vehicles. (Brevard County Sheriff’s Office)

“I can assure you that the proud men and women of our agency are forever unwavering in our support of the constitution and the principles of our amazing country,” the sheriff added.

With the backing of the Supreme Court, First Liberty counsel, Keisha Russell, told Ivey to reject FFRF’s request, adding the motto “should be honored and celebrated as an expression of what it means to be American.”


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